Final Revision for MRCS OSCE (includes basic sciences and procedural skills)

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This two-day intensive course is specifically designed for candidates appearing for the MRCS exam in October 2018. The course is suitable for candidates who have done adequate prior revision and wish to brush-up on the whole exam syllabus, distributed within the 18 stations, in 2 days. The course will involve a series of short interactive sessions and focused discussion highlighting the ‘must know’ areas. Candidates will be taken through the 'high yield' core topics in Applied Basic Sciences, and Clinical Knowledge and its application. The course will also provide practice of clinical examination and communication skills, and commonly tested procedural skills. This two-day course is calculated to be worth a minimum of 60 hours of individual revision.   

Topics covered

  • Applied surgical anatomy
  • General physiological principles
  • General and system specific pathology
  • Principles of surgery in general
  • Overview of clinical examination and communication skills
  • Practice of procedural skills

 

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29 Sep 2018 School of Biosciences, Cardiff University Book now

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